More months of waiting to see the babies in suits.
The film will finally arrive on September 17, 2021
The first part exceeded 520 million at the world box office
Three years ago, the movie ‘The Boss Baby’, its original title, turned out to be one of the surprises at the box office. With the voice of Alec Baldwin in the original version and that of Jose Coronado in the Spanish version, reaching 527 million dollars at the international box office.
Now fans will have to wait a little longer to see his new adventure, ‘The Boss Baby: Family Business’, as the animated comedy has moved from its first release date scheduled for March 26 to September 17, 2021.
Universal Pictures and DreamWorks Animation announced that the sequel would move from spring to fall. The move also means that DreamWorks Animation’s next film, ‘The Bad Guys,’ which is set for September, is currently undefined, though a new release date in 2022 will be announced in the coming weeks.
Released in 2017, ‘The Boss Baby’ earned an Oscar nomination for Best Animated Film. The sequel follows the Templeton Brothers, Tim (voiced by James Marsden ), and little brother Ted (voiced by Baldwin), who are all grown up now and have grown apart. Jeff Goldblum, Eva Longoria, and Ariana Greenblatt round out the original voice cast, with Amy Sedaris playing Tina (Tim’s daughter and the new “boss”). Filmmaker Tom McGrath is once again directing, with Lisa Kudrow and Jimmy Kimmel also reprising their roles as Ted and Tim’s parents. The film is produced by Jeff Hermann.